Songs About Birds

Songs About Birds

For Songs About Birds, there is no limit to the performs who created music about this feeling. Here are 23 of our favorites.

goosebumps by Travis Scott

From the album, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, released on September 16, 2016

"Goosebumps" is a song by American rapper Travis Scott. It was released on October 7, 2016, as the lead single from his second studio album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight (2016). The song features guest vocals from American singer-songwriter Kendrick Lamar, and was produced by Pierre Bourne and Mike Dean. The song peaked at number five on the US Billboard Hot 100. Travis Scott - Goosebumps (Feat. Kendrick Lamar) Producer: Pierre Bourne Co-Producer: Mike Dean Additional Production: Cardo, Yung Exclusive, WondaGurl & Cubeatz Mix Engineer: Manny Marroquin Recording Engineer: Mike Bozzi Assistant Engineer: Jeremy Lertola & David Nakaji Studio: Shade 45 & Westlake Recording Studios

Three Little Birds by Bob Marley & The Wailers

From the album, Exodus, released on June 3, 1977

The song is about three little birds that visit the narrator every day, bringing him messages of love and hope. The production features a simple, reggae-influenced arrangement with Marley's trademark vocal style.

Birds by Imagine Dragons

From the album, Origins (Deluxe), released on November 9, 2018

"Birds" is a song by American rock band Imagine Dragons. It was released on September 4, 2013, as the fourth single from their major-label debut album Night Visions (2012). The song was written by Imagine Dragons' frontman Dan Reynolds and produced by Alex da Kid. The song peaked at number 21 on the Billboard Hot 100. "Birds" is a mid-tempo rock song with influences of pop and indie rock. The song starts with a simple guitar riff and builds into a soaring chorus. The lyrics are about feeling trapped and longing for freedom. The song was produced by Alex da Kid, who also produced Imagine Dragons' previous hit single "Radioactive". "Birds" was mixed by Grammy-winning engineer Manny Marroquin. The song's music video was directed by Jodeb and features the band performing in a desert landscape.

Two Birds by Regina Spektor

From the album, Far, released on June 9, 2009

"Two Birds" is a song by Regina Spektor from her album What We Saw from the Cheap Seats. The song is about a relationship between two people who are very different from each other. One is a bird that loves to sing, and the other is a bird that loves to fly. The song is about how they are able to find common ground and love each other despite their differences. The song was produced by Mike Elizondo.

Me and the Birds by Duster

From the album, Contemporary Movement, released on August 22, 2000

The song "Me and the Birds" by Duster is about a young boy who dreams of flying with the birds. He imagines himself soaring through the sky, free as a bird. The song is set to a calming, dreamy melody that makes it feel as though the boy is truly flying. The production details are minimal, with only a few simple instruments used to create the soothing, ethereal soundscape.

pick up the phone by Young Thug

From the album, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, released on September 16, 2016

"Pick Up the Phone" is a hip-hop song by American rapper Young Thug featuring Quavo and Travis Scott. The song was released in June 2016 as the lead single from Young Thug's mixtape, Slime Season 3. It was produced by London on da Track, Rex Kudo and BloodPop. The song was critically acclaimed and peaked at number 43 on the US Billboard Hot 100. The song samples "Blessings" by Chance the Rapper, and features a melodic, infectious hook by Quavo, punctuated by a booming beat and Young Thug's rapid-fire verse.

Feeling Good by Michael Bublé

From the album, It's Time, released on February 7, 2005

"Feeling Good" is a cover of the 1965 classic by Anthony Newley and Leslie Bricusse. It was produced and arranged by David Foster, with additional production from Humberto Gatica. The song was released in 2009 as the lead single from Michael Bublé's fourth studio album Crazy Love. The upbeat and soulful track features a swinging jazz style, with Bublé's signature crooning vocals set against a backdrop of lush horns and a steady rhythm section. Lyrically, the song reflects on the feeling of liberation and joy that comes with leaving behind one's troubles and worries, and embracing the unknown. The song has since become a fan favorite, and has gone on to be covered by numerous other artists.

Birds Dont Sing by TV Girl

From the album, French Exit, released on June 5, 2014

"Birds Dont Sing" is a song by the American indie pop band TV Girl. The song was released on their third album, Who Really Cares, in 2016. It was produced by Brad Petering and was written by the band. The song is a dreamy and melancholic track that features a soothing, guitar-based melody, gentle synths and airy vocals. The lyrics tell the story of a person who is trying to make sense of a past relationship and how it has changed them. The lyrics explore themes of longing and regret, as well as hope and resilience. The song closes with an instrumental outro.

Birds by Coldplay

From the album, A Head Full of Dreams, released on December 4, 2015

Pretty Little Birds (feat. Isaiah Rashad) by SZA

From the album, Ctrl, released on June 9, 2017

Time Kills (Love Birds) by Rod Wave

From the album, Beautiful Mind, released on August 12, 2022

The Birds Pt. 2 by The Weeknd

From the album, Trilogy, released on November 13, 2012

Bird's Lament by Moondog

From the album, Sax Pax For A Sax, released on November 28, 1997

Birds & The Beez by ScHoolboy Q

From the album, Setbacks, released on January 11, 2011

Birds by Anna Golden

From the album, Birds, released on July 10, 2020

birds by dempsey hope

From the album, i hate rollercoasters, released on December 3, 2021

Birds and Stars by Elephant Revival

From the album, These Changing Skies, released on September 3, 2013

Birds by Migos

From the album, No Label II, released on February 25, 2014

Birds (feat. Emmanuel Jal) by Folamour

From the album, Birds (feat. Emmanuel Jal), released on June 24, 2022

Birds by Death Grips

From the album, Government Plates, released on November 13, 2013

Birds on the Trees by Birds In The Forest

From the album, Birds in the Forest: Natural Birds Voices, released on July 27, 2020

Birds in Village Park by Wonderful Escape

From the album, Birds, released on May 24, 2018

Birds in Full Song by Bird Sound Collectors

From the album, Bird Sounds: Best Of Birds, released on June 7, 2019


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